University of Nevada
The University of Nevada - Reno is a public research university in the United States that was founded in 1874. The university is ranked R1: Doctoral Universities: Extremely active research. The College of Engineering's massive structures laboratory has elevated the University to the forefront of civil engineering, seismic, and large-scale structural testing and simulation. Admission to the University of Nevada is available in 68 undergraduate programmes, 78 master's degrees, and 51 PhD programmes. The institution is divided into eight colleges and nine schools.

Cost of attendance

The average annual cost of attendance for Undergraduate Programs is 1,842,398 INR / Year, and the cost of attendance for Post Graduate Programs is roughly 1,680,672 INR / Year for overseas students. The amount may vary depending on the course chosen, the type of lodging, and the candidate's personal spending habits.


For students who wish to live on campus, the university has eight residential halls. Seven of these Resident Halls are primarily for first-year students. An all-upper-class resident hall with students from comparable fields residing on the same floor is one of the choices. On-campus accommodation costs about $10,360 per year. Off-campus accommodation costs roughly 1000 to 1500 USD per month on average.

Acceptance rate

There are 21657 students enrolled at the university, and it is home to over 800 international students from 91 countries. Admission to the University of Nevada, Reno is competitive, with an acceptance rate of 87 percent.


The campus spans 290 acres, with 40 acres designated as historic, and the principal sites include The Quad, Arboretum, Herbarium, Residential Area, Mackay Stadium, and other structures. Morrill Hall and the Mackay School of Mines are located on the Quad, which is located in the southern part of campus. The Quad and the surrounding structures are on the National Register of Historic Places. The Arboretum is a relatively new structure, having been established in 1985, and it is home to over 60 genres of trees, shrubs, and flowers, as well as almost 200 species of trees. The college has 17930 undergraduate students, 3025 postgraduate students, and a faculty of 1528 people. The university is in Reno, which has a stunning view of Lake Tahoe and the Truckee River and is surrounded by mountain ranges.


The University of Nevada, Reno is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.

Jobs and Placement

After two years, the median salary for a University of Nevada graduate is roughly $41000. A mechanical engineering graduate from the University of Nevada earns approximately $62000 per year. A Software Engineering Graduate will earn approximately $73000 per year, while a Project Engineer and an Operations Manager will earn approximately $63000 and $61000, respectively.

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